Ideas, New in Ceasefire, Passing for Normal, Short Stories - Saturday, September 17, 2011 15:56 - 3 Comments
Desperate to console his sobbing daughter, who was suddenly aware of her own mortality, Dave Prescott attempts to convey his views on the topic, and watches in horror as the conversation descends into farce...
New in Ceasefire, Short Stories - Sunday, October 10, 2010 3:15 - 3 CommentsIn a new exclusive short story by Dave Prescott, Stu, a dutiful, careful husband, is dutifully and carefully pretending to mow his lawn. When his wife joins him, they quickly find themselves talking, and thinking, about being 'anti-death', the fate of the universe, and ants.
Arts & Culture, Features, Short Stories - Wednesday, September 15, 2010 18:25 - 1 CommentCeasefire presents 'The Zoo', an exclusive short story by acclaimed writer Ben White. After a traumatic onslaught of unremitting violence, a community's children, adults and animals are thrust into a vortex of incomprehension and bewilderment.
Features, Short Stories - Saturday, August 7, 2010 12:16 - 1 CommentIn a new exclusive short story by Dave Prescott, a street musician is faced with an unusual audience and finds himself at the centre of a surreal, and unnerving, series of events. A short tale, comic yet sombre, about what happens when intensities come into contact with each other.
Arts & Culture, Short Stories - Wednesday, February 10, 2010 11:36 - 0 Comments
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